Rippingale Genealogy

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1  RIPPINGALL, Mary (I192)
 
2  RIPPINGALE, Samuel (I799)
 
3  RIPPINGALE, Jane (I886)
 
4  FROST, Susan (Susannah) (I39)
 
5  ALLEN, Ann Maria (I116)
 
6  RIPPINGALE, George (I404)
 
7  RIPPINGALE, William (I596)
 
8  RIPPINGALE, Charles (I757)
 
9  RIPPENGALE, Joseph (I761)
 
10  CHITTOCK, Sarah (I762)
 
11  RIPPINGALE, Alfred Arthur (I1150)
 
12  RIPPINGALE, May (I1484)
 
13
Jane and Charles witnessed the marriage of Charles’ cousin William to Jane Crysell about a year before they married 
RIPPINGALE, Charles (I643)
 
14 1825: After the death of his mother, William was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects RIPPINGALE, William (I25)
 
15 1825: John was named as the executor of his father’s will. After the death of his mother, John was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects


John & Martha’s children, Samuel, Maria, Martha, Benjamin and Julia never married. 
RIPPINGALE, John (I1)
 
16 1828: Sarah described as widow on marriage to Edward. CROSS, Sarah (I271)
 
17 1828: Signed marriage register with X RIPPENGALE, Edward (I265)
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RIPPINGALE, E.J. (I609)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RIPPINGALE, C.M. (I628)
 
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RIPPINGALE, R.J. (I627)
 
21 1952: Departed on the Ranchi for Freemantle, Australia with Stanley, and children, Elizabeth, Catherine and Robert YATES, Pauline Edith Mary (I608)
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RIPPINGALE, S.E. (I1995)
 
23 2 of Martin’s sons, John & George, followed in the family trade and became publicans

Martin left a will. Probate granted to sons Henry, a clerk and Martin, a cab proprietor. Effects valued at £1485 10s 4d 
RIPPENGILL, Martin (I72)
 
24 Abraham’s sister Elizabeth married William Southgate. Brother of Jane? RIPPENGALL, Abraham (I1136)
 
25 Ada petitioned for divorce from Percy two years after they were married. See Percy’s notes. MANN, Ada Mary (I1096)
 
26 Admin of estate granted to husband Bertram, commercial clerk. Effects valued at £141 14s 10d RIPPINGALE, Alice Louie (I1544)
 
27 Admin of his estate was granted at principal registry to father Martin. Effects £352 2s 3d RIPPENGILL, James (I86)
 
28 Administration of her estate granted to husband Harry. Effects valued at £182 8s 10d DUCKER, Alice Wright (I813)
 
29 Administration off effects was granted 25 Jan 1923? to son, Edgar, farm bailiff. Effects £196 19s. Although this is the date given in probate calendar - double checked - it must be wrong as he was still alive! WIFFEN, Shadrach (I2225)
 
30 Admons granted to Husband, George. Effects valued at £175-14s SEYMOUR, Ada (I1468)
 
31 Admons granted to widow, Julia. Effects valued at £1890 1s 4d RIPPENGAL, Alfred (I1154)
 
32 Adrian was a Doctor. He left a will. Probate was granted to widow, Eliza. Effects valued at £10,965 14s 8d STOKES, Adrian M.D. (I577)
 
33 After George died, Jane married Daniel Emmerson in a ‘clandestine’ ceremony [RIPPINGALE], Jane (I2761)
 
34 After her father died, Edith’s mother Mary Ann married WIlliam Noble. Daniel Noble is likely to be a relation

Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922 about Edith Mary Rippingale
Name:
Edith Mary Rippingale
Birth Date:
22 Sep 1880
Father's Name:
Robert Owen Rippingale
Mother's Name:
Mary Jane Smith
Birth Place:
Queensland
Registration Year:
1880
Registration Place:
Queensland
Page Number:
12599
Registration Number:
001416

Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 about Edith Mary Noble
Name:
Edith Mary Noble
Death Date:
6 Jun 1929
Death Place:
Queensland
Father's Name:
Robert Owen Rippingale
Mother's Name:
Mary Jane Smith
Registration Year:
1929
Registration Place:
Queensland
Registration Number:
??2354
Page Number:
1310 
RIPPINGALE, Edith Mary (I2154)
 
35 After his death, administration of Ernest’s effects were granted to son, James Wodruff Rippingale, sergeant in Sherwood Foresters. Effects valued at £202 14s 6d RIPPINGALE, Ernest Trueman (I360)
 
36 After Jonathan’s death, the family seem to have split up. Ellen, daughter Emily and son Alfred moved to Felstead but were living in separate households, and George was living with his Finch relatives in Great Dunmow RIPPINGALE, Jonathan (I851)
 
37 After the death of her mother, Alice was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of her father’s goods and effects RIPPINGALE, Alice (I18)
 
38 After the death of her mother, Esther was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of her father’s goods and effects. RIPPINGALE, Esther (I23)
 
39 After the death of his mother, Benjamin was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects

In 1834, he was registered as the Master of a 67 ton ship, whose home port was Lynn, in the newly compiled Lloyds Register of British and Foreign shipping. 
RIPPINGALE, Benjamin (I19)
 
40 After the death of his mother, Charles was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects RIPPINGALE, Charles (I20)
 
41 After the death of his mother, Henry was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects. However, he died before probate of Martin’s will.

Henry was buried on the same day as his mother, Frances. 
RIPPINGALE, Henry (I28)
 
42 After the death of his mother, James was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects.

James and Mary Ann were baptists and married in the Baptist Chapel, Kings Lynn 
RIPPINGALE, James (I273)
 
43 After the death of his mother, Robert was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects RIPPINGALE, Robert (I27)
 
44 Albert married again after Jane’s death

California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Albert Paul Junod
Name: Albert Paul Junod
Social Security #: 567523948
Sex: Male
Birth Date: 26 Aug 1896
Birthplace: Other Country
Death Date: 17 Nov 1985
Death Place: Riverside
Mother's Maiden Name: Croissant 
JUNOD, Alberto Paul (I2227)
 
45 Albert’s nephew Alfred Q1411 married Lucy Finch. Albert took the surname Finch and is found in the 1901 census under Albert Finch RIPPINGALE, Albert (I2696)
 
46 Albert’s WW1 registration card gives address and next of kin but it’s scanned at too low a resolution to read.
1920 census says he was widowed so Isabell was his second wife 
RIPPINGALE, Albert Edwin (I712)
 
47 Albertine died intestate. Administration was granted to her husband, Keith Rippingale, company representative. Effects were valued at £3680 FALZON OR LUTZ, Albertine (I2077)
 
48 Alexander died intestate and administration was granted to his wife, Jane. His effects were worth under £300-00. The probate record says he was ‘formerly of Liverpool in the County of Lancaster but late of Clevedon in the County of Somerset’. Jane was resident in London. RIPPINGILLE, Alexander (I250)
 
49 Alfred and his family emigrated to Canada in 1912. They qualified for the British bonus, and Alfred gave his intended profession as farming.

From Pegg/Gamble tree (Ancestry)
Richard Wilcocks: Emigrated to Otonabee (Keane) near Peterboro in Ontario Canada -around 1900 or thereabouts. Sons - known as Benjamin Alfred and Stanley Horace joined the 20th Bn Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Rgt) and were both killed by the same shell on 16 July 1917. Photo is from a collection sent to Emma Smith (nee Pearson) my grandmother, who wrote to the family in Canada. She had known Alfred Rippingale (four years older than her) as a neighbour in England and as the brother of her cousin Arthur's wife Caroline.

khubbs181 added this on 15 Nov 2009 (Ancestry):
Alfred and his children emigrated to Canada before 1916. He is buried in Little Lake Cemetery in Peterborough, Ontario.

Alfred returned to Gestingthorpe in Aug 1922 to visit his father, Walter. He stayed for just over a month and was not accompanied by his wife or family. He gave his occupation as ‘cemetery labourer’ and gardener and his address as Peterborough. 
RIPPINGALE, Alfred (I691)
 
50 Alfred died intestate. Administration granted to his son Alfred Eric Thorpe, company director. Effects valued at £163 0s 10d THORPE, Alfred (I1286)
 

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